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Eyes have different perscriptions
#1
Hello everyone, I`m just getting into all this. To be honest, I`m still pretty skeptical but I would be very happy to be proven wrong.
I intend to start practicing some of these techniques but my eyes are quite different in prescriptions. My left is about -3.75 perhaps worse and my right is -1.75 perhaps worse.

Has anyone had experience with different prescriptions in eyes? It makes me doubt the likelihood of seeing improvement.
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#2
Spend a lot of time outsidde without lenses, and find a side street in your neighborhood you can walk in the center of, looking straight down the middle of the street into the distance as you walk.
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(11-25-2015, 07:43 AM)sleepmaster Wrote: Spend a lot of time outsidde without lenses, and find a side street in your neighborhood you can walk in the center of, looking straight down the middle of the street into the distance as you walk.

You need to teach each eye to see more clearly, and also to teach them to work together. Wearing the different prescriptions will get in the way of this so yes, spend as much time without glasses as possible, safely. Lead with your weaker eye for one-eyed tasks, like looking into the top of a bottle, to see how that feels. You can also try patching the stronger eye occasionally. Some people have found benefit from the 3D pictures like Magic Eye, where both eyes need to be engaged to see them, while others think they are a strain machine. The fusion string may be useful too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxb_LvxEQTA
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